Sunday, August 4, 2019

Click on each of 30 Final MLB Rosters for Complete Playing cards and Statis-Pro Game Rules

While sorting the Statis-Pro cards into teams after the trade deadline, we also heard from people who do not or cannot access the google sheet of players. Therefore we added six posts that let you click on an image of each team to print and play. The quick start directions are at the top of each of these six grids.

Angels to Braves: Statis-Pro Cards for All Players

Brewers to Dodgers: Statis-Pro Cards for All Players

Giants to Mets: Statis-Pro Cards for All Players

Nationals to Pirates: Statis-Pro Cards for All Players

Rangers to Rockies: Statis-Pro Cards for All Players

Royals to Yankees: Statis-Pro Cards for All Players

The following were our six games played with the final rosters after the trade deadline, with Bauer getting a 3-2 win his his debut with a weakened Reds line-up. If the playoffs were held today the Cubs would visit the Phillies, and the Dodgers would host one of three wild card teams between the Braves, Nationals and Giants. 

CubsNL Central27210
BrewersNL Central24243
RedsNL Central23254
CardinalsNL Central26284
PiratesNL Central20287
PhilliesNL East31230
BravesNL East27211
NationalsNL East27211
MetsNL East26222
MarlinsNL East163212
DodgersNL West32160
GiantsNL West31234
DiamondbacksNL West26289
PadresNL West24248
RockiesNL West202812

Winning team and their starting pitcher, score, Losing team and their starting pitcher and score and notes.

Was, Strasburg, 5, SD, Lamet, , 3, No, , Error by Tatis gave Nats game-winning run in 6th for 4-3 lead, and 5 relievers threw shutout frames after unusually short start from Strasburg.

SD, Lucchesi, 7, Was, Corbin, , 4, no, , Tatis 3-run homer in eighth provided win to make up for error in previous game.

Cin, Bauer, 3, Col, Marquez, , 2, no, , Bauer gave up only 1 run in 7 innings in his Reds debut - on an HR to homer - and even the very weakened Reds line-up was able to win 3-2 on 1st ining doubles by Peraza, Dietrich and Suarez and a SF by Iglesias.

Col, Senzatela, 8, Cin, Wood, , 5, no, , Murphy had an RBI 2b and HR his 1st 2 at bats, and Blackmon added a 3-run triple misplayed by Deitrich on a Clutch Defense play. Votto's 2-run HR helped the Reds avoid the 5-run sweep rule.

Phi, Pivetta, 3, SD, Paddack, , 1, no, , 2 players the Phils wish were not injured in real play came through with McCutchen scoring twice and Robertson saving the 3-1 win. Williams added an HR, and Harper singled his first three at bats.

Phi, Arrieta, 2, SD, Ehlin, , 1, no, , Hoskins 2-out HR in the 13th inning gave the Phils the 2-1 win and first place in the NL East. Both leadoff men (Segina and Margot) had 3 hits, but Arrieta and Ehlin and their relievers dueled.

SF           Bumgarner         11           Phi          Velazquez                           1              yes                         Bumgarner homered in addition to going 7 innings, and the Phillies allowed 5 unearned runs  in addition to homers by Slater, Austin and Posey in the blowout win for sweep credit.
Phi          Nola       6              SF           Blach                                     yes                         Nola allwed only 3 baserunners in a complete game shut out Williams 3-run homer keyed the Phillies 6-0 win to take back sweep credit for the second game to even the overall series.

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